GeForce Now gets upgrade to stream 1440p and 120fps via browser

Today, Nvidia announces a new feature for GeForce Now subscribers. Users signed up to the highest-tier of the game streaming service will be able to access streams of up to 1440p resolution with 120 frame-per-second gameplays directly from a Chrome or Edge browser window.


GeForce Now gets upgrade to stream up to 1440p @ 120fps via browser

After logging into play.geforcenow.com on a supported browser, head into the GeForce Now Settings menu and select the newly available resolution and frame rate.


Reaching 1440p and 120fps on GeForce Now was previously possible when using the native GeForce Now app on Mac or PC, but the browser experience was limited to 1080p and 60fps. Now users can access the highest settings without having to install an app.


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